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Review: Hell Hath No Fury by Skye Jordan

New to me author Skye Jordan catches my attention with her book title and the word Phoenix. If there is a phoenix somehow involved, I will pick up the book and read it. The blurb did not prepare me with the amount of heartache in this book. This is the 3rd book in the series and it feels like it can be read as a standalone. I do want the read the previous two books and the rest of the books that come out in this series.


What I liked about this book is how meaty it felt to me. There are layers to this conspiracy. There are complex characters and several different things going on at the same time. There is an excellent recap in the beginning to set the stage for great loss.


This story is truly about rising out from the ashes. Jessica Fury is finally focused again after 5 years after her husband's death. She hit rock bottom and 1 year ago, she pulled it all together to seek the justice she needs for the murder of her husband. Little does she know that her entire world will be turned upside down again.


The sheer cruelty in this book does not shock nor surprise me. It reaffirms what I feel about most politicians. It also reaffirms how I think some of our military are being used in ways they shouldn't be. And that some of our soldiers are being lied to and blackmailed into illegal behaviour in the name of "following orders".


Author Skye Jordan does a great job with the fringe science mixed with psychic powers. I loved it. This paranormal suspense is recommended to readers who love second chance romances.


*provided by NetGalley


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